Baccalaureate Department

SPANISH BACCALAUREATE

Xaloc offers quality education to everyone, Secondary students from the school are able to continue studying with us while new students can also join at this stage-

TIMETABLE

The timetable for Baccalaureate students is Monday to Friday 8am to 2.30pm. Dining hall service is available for those students who need it. The afternoon timetable until 5pm caters for those pupils studying in the International Baccalaureate.

ONLINE EVALUATION

The Baccalaureate curricular programme uses innovative methods such as virtual platforms and online evaluation tools (Turnitin,ClickEdu, UNPORTAL,etc)

CAMBRIDGE EXAMS

One of the priorities of our curriculum is English. Pupils are well prepared to obtain official titles certifying B2 and C1 levels.

BETTER OPTIONS FOR THE SELECTIVITY EXAM

The school offers optimal preparation for the exam. In order to achieve the maximum grade possible, have the opportunity to prepare and sit the exam for the maximum number of optional subjects. In this way they are better placed to be accepted by the University departments with the most stringent entrance requirements.

 

INDIVIDUAL ATTENTION

Our teaching staff offer academic and personal help and support by way of regular individual tutorials between tutors and the pupils. Pupils are provided with all the academic information they need or future university options.

 

FACILITIES

The Baccalaureate department is located within its own pavilion inside the school. It contains 2 laboratories for the Chemistry and Biology departments and 2 fully equipped IT rooms.

 

BRANCHES

The pupils can choose to study one of three different branches that provide access to over 120 university degrees.

  • SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

    For pupils interested in experimental sciences, mathematics and the world of technological processes and applications as well as machines used in the production of goods and services.

  • SOCIAL CIENCIES

    For pupils interested in social sciences, law, politics, economics, communications, public relations, advertising, public administration, tourism and other leisure services.

  • HUMANITIES

    For pupils interested in humanities, linguistic and literary studies, philosophy, cultural relations and historical analysis.

 

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